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Monday, June 17, 2013

FLAF = feeling like a failure emoticon
i have went up this week not down in weight. I have done so much to lose this weight but noting is getting it off. Wish I could just cut it off right now. feel so low.
with the pcos I dont know if I will ever get this weight off, being on meds that work against me isn't helping and I will not give up but feel like a failure in anything i do.
seeing that I feel like a failure I want to eat b4 I was doing fine with cravings now it is like I just dont care I hate feeling this way.
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    I just stumbled on your blog! I hope you are feeling better.
    Sometimes you might need to change things up -try a new place to walk or a new fruit or veggie at the grocery store-remember this is not a race with a destination, but the rest of your life of healthy living /eating
    Have a good weekend
    1725 days ago
    you can and will do it darlin, remember the story the tortise and the hare. the turtle wins, its better that way so you can enjoy the race :)
    1735 days ago
  • JOHGLO2011
    Don't give up - hang in there! I too lose so slowly and sometimes even gain a lb. or two, but when I stop and think about how much better I feel, and the pounds that I have lost, it just isn't worth giving up! I know how quickly I can regain these lost lbs. and I've worked way to hard to give up now. You can do it - WE can do it! Hugs to you! :)
    1736 days ago
    Before you start feeling really depressed try to remember the scale is not our friend, and it can and will lie to you. Water alone can add up to 5 pounds on the scale, and sodium is worse, not to mention muscle weighs more then fat. Make sure you are measuring sometimes the changes are not easy to see until you measure, good luck on your journey
    1736 days ago
  • MJRVIC2000
    Be prepare to meet the King when He returns! God Bless YOU! Vic.
    1736 days ago
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